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2nd Annual Queens with Dreams Women’s Conference Brings You Two Days Of Empowerment, Networking, Motivation, Encouragement, Inspiration and Unity.
Day 1: SMALL TALK, BIG IDEAS NETWORKING EXPERIENCE
Hear from a panel of Top Leaders and Influencers of Tallahassee and surrounding areas.
DAY 2: 2ND ANNUAL QUEENS WITH DREAMS WOMENS CONFERENCE
This year’s message is “Peace of Mind”
MEN ARE WELCOME!!!
TICKETS ARE $10 AT WWW.QUEENSWITHDREAMSTICKETS.EVENTBRITE.COM
FOR VENDOR OR SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES CALL FELICIA STANLEY AT 850-322-4725 OR EMAIL FELICIA@YEPSHEKAN.COM
Celebrating its 94th year, the Thomasville Rose Show has been a Southwest Georgia tradition since the 1920’s and over the years has grown into a fabulous festival with something for everyone! In addition to the Rose Show the festival includes two parades, an arts and crafts fair, a car and truck show, a lively street dance with famous live entertainment and a host of other interesting and fun events.
The TCC African Drum and Dance Ensemble present our end of semester showcase featuring MUN 2830 Music and Dance of Africa class.
For more information, call 850-201-9604.
You Make it, You Grow It Market
THIS Saturday, April 25th! Amanda Boekhout, Stan Lakota, Bob O’lary will all be artists participating in our weekend event!
The OTHER SIDE Vintage
The 11th Annual Funky FLEAmarket will be this Saturday April 25th from 10am-3pm. A cornucopia of gently used clothing, furniture, handmade jewelry, art, knick-knacks and more can be found at one of our favorite yearly events.
New goodies for this week include 10 new sunglasses styles, perfect vintage denim and every spring accessory you may need!
Anhaica Bag Works
What better way to accessorize you bike than with an Anhaica Bag! Don’t forget to enter to win $2500 worth of amazing bike gear, courtesy of Urbanful and Momentum Magazine. Prizes even include the possibility of winning a brand new bike! Hurry you only have until April 28th to enter!
Art by Laura Nicole
Find everything from Laura’s animal portraits to her hand-sewn doo-dads on her etsy website.
They didn’t let the rain and power outages keep them down this past week! Come check out their essential oils along with some tips on awesome rainy day projects like their Diffuser Necklace! Monday-Sunday, 12-6pm!
Cosmic Cat Comics
Are you a comic book related artist? Come set up a table and show off your stuff! Publisher? Come do the same! The Cat is making this year’s FREE COMIC BOOK DAY, YOUR day!
Peace On Earth Yoga
See you in Yoga class!
Going Places Street Outreach Program
Gaurdian of the Galaxy will be on the big screen this Friday, April 24th at 7pm! Come out dressed as your favorite Guardian character and get your picture snapped for a chance to win an awesome prize! Stick around to make your very own baby Groot! Invite friends and family and don’t forget, this is just the first of many free and rad summer evens we will be hosting!
Tallahassee Rock Gym
Get your climb on! No experience needed! Monday-Friday 12-10pm, Saturday 2-10, and Sunday 1-7pm
The Crum Box Gastgarden
THURSDAY: in-park delivery service to Proof from 6-11pm.
SATURDAY: an acoustic afternoon in the Gastgarden with a regional duo at 3pm.
SUNDAY: Late, Late Brunch will be served while featuring the pickin’ and pluckin’ of Alex Deely of Maine’s own ‘Mousam River Ramblers’ starting at 3pm.
Check it all out here, on the Railroad Square Art Park official Facebook event page.
Andrew Lloyd Webber’s dynamic musical features the rags-to-riches rise of the First Lady of Argentina, Eva Peron. This passionate true story follows Evita’s journey from the slums of Argentina to the presidential mansion. Adored by her people, she became the most powerful woman in Latin America. A compelling score fuses chorales with Latin, pop, and jazz influences in this multiple Tony Award winning show, as complex as the woman it honors.
Playing April 9th-26th on the Mainstage.
For more information, call 850-224-8474 or visit www.theatretallahassee.org.
The Holiday Toy Consignment Sale is not a year round store. We hold one event each year that feature hundreds of quality, gently-used or new kids toys. Items include educational toys, puzzles, activity tables, electronics, gaming systems, and MORE. It’s held at the perfect time to get some of the room in your house back during your spring cleaning! PLUS…our winter event is a great time to get some extra cash for the holidays and find that unique gift for the special little ones in your life! There is something for everyone!
Learn more about sale hours, as well as consigning and shopping here.
Symphony in the Street will feature a Dixieland brass band and jazz combo on the showmobile to celebrate the new Tallahassee Symphony Orchestra banners being hung along Monroe and Adams between Tennessee and Jefferson.
Join the Midtown Merchants Association for our 4th Annual Midtown Idol to benefit The Senior Center!
This year we are putting a little twist on the show. We are making it a Karaoke competition. This will allow us to open up the stage to more contestants. The event is $5 donation at the door, which gets you 1 FREE drink. Bring your cash to help vote for your favorite contestant. All ‘votes’, door $ and % of sales go to benefit The Senior Center.
Contestant registration is limited and will be, first come, first served. Registration cost is a $10 donation. Registration MUST be in person at Quarter Moon Imports (10am-6:30pm) or at Krewe de Gras (6pm-2am) up until ALL spots are filled. Then, we will keep an alternate list for those interested. Song choice must be approved.
1st – $150
2nd – $75
3rd – $50
Perhaps the place where you’ll hear the most laughs and giggles is at Imagination Fountain. Located on the west side of the Prime Meridian Plaza, Imagination Fountain offers a fun, water-park atmosphere for children. The fountain, which features 73 jets, randomly shoots filtered water into the air, wetting even the most suspecting children. Once your little ones have had enough fun, they can change into dry clothes in the public changing rooms right next to the fountain area.
While the fountain offers a fun way to cool off in the daytime, it’s equally cool at night. After dark, Imagination Fountain is not only a water feature, it’s a show! Programmed to music and lights, the fountain performs a magnificent, repeating, seven-minute show beginning at dusk. Some of the hit songs featured in the show are “Celebrate” by Kool & The Gang and “Mess Around” by Ray Charles, who once lived in Tallahassee.
The nighttime finale show runs every Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 8:00, 8:30 and 9:00pm.
Rules to Note
- Fountain is open for play 8:30am – 8:00pm daily
- No food or drink allowed in fountain
- No animals allowed in fountain
- No one allowed in fountain during nighttime finale show
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